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Announced at the Mobile World Congress as long ago as February, the IdeaTab S6000 boasts a 10-inch 1280 x 800 resolution IPS display, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage, as well as an MediaTek ARM Cortex... A7 processor.

Furthermore, the slate runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, offers 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and ports for micro HDMI and micro SD, while the battery life is quoted at an i...

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Lenovo isn’t only focusing on premium Windows 8 tablet and hybrid laptops – the firm has just announced that its two new affordable Android tablets are now available to buy in the U.S.

The... IdeaTab A1000 and IdeaTab A3000 were announced at the Mobile World Congress in February and can be ordered from Lenovo for $189 and $229, respectively.

Both devices sport rather basic 7-inch 1024 x 600...

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RealD chief financial officer (CFO) Andrew Skarupa raised that very possibility when speaking at the Piper Jaffray investor conference in New York recently.

“We fundamentally believe that... what we really take this market to get going in terms of content and active users with 3D will be a glasses-free based product,” said Skarupa. His comments were reported by Consumer Electronics Da...

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Rumors towards the end of last year had suggested that Nokia was intending to launch a 10.1-inch Windows RT tablet at the MWC in Barcelona, but that belief is now being brought into question.

Market... research firm Strategy Analytics believes that the Finnish handset maker will not have a tablet at the show, a sign possibly that the widely-reported model is still not yet ready for production.

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The Finnish company hosted a conference in Pakistan yesterday and on one point during proceedings what looked like a 7 or 8-inch tablet was shown on the stage screen, alongside a Nokia 620 phone and... some kind of large desktop display.

Although this image could well be demonstrating the cross-platform capabilities of Windows 8, Nokia is rumored to have made a tablet.

It has been wide...

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The deal is due to be completed on February 19 and will see the Korean firm take hold of a 5% stake in Wacom, the Japanese firm which makes graphic tablets for designers and pressure-sensitive tablet... styluses for everyday consumers.

On announcing the news, Wacom said that the investment will be put towards product development, manufacturing and supply chain enhancements for Samsung products...

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According to online fansite SamMobile, the Galaxy Note 8.0 will sport a resolution of 1280 x 800, 2GB of RAM and either 16GB or 32GB of storage.

The source adds that the tablet will run Android... 4.2 — the latest version of Jelly Bean, and will come with the S-pen stylus, dual-facing cameras (1.3MP on the front, 5MP on the rear) and a micro SD card slot.

It is also believed that the...

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Engadget saw the 10.1-inch tablet at the show, and reported that while full specifications were unavailable at the time, the model does come with dual-facing cameras, connections for microSD and micro... USB and boasts a metallic finish.

The tablet, which was also on show at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this February, is expected to debut at some point in October or November, with the l...

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Samsung is due to hold a press event at the IFA exhibition in Berlin, Germany on August 29, and a company worker has already said that the event will see the arrival of the Galaxy Note 2.

“We... plan to unveil the next Galaxy Note at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event in Berlin”, said a Samsung spokesman when speaking to Reuters.

Samsung announced the first Galaxy Note at the 2011 IFA s...

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Citing sources close to the Korean company, CNET reports that Samsung could take the wraps off a 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab with a dual-core processor at the event, although the news site says that this won’t... be branded as the Galaxy Tab 2, which is expected to feature a quad-core processor when it launches later in the year.

TabTimes contacted Samsung for clarification of this rumor, but we never heard back...